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$20 off $100 Minimum Spend on Selected Liquor @ Coles Online (Excludes QLD, TAS, NT)


Get $20 off your shop when you spend $100 on selected products!

Choose from a wide variety of Wine, Champagne, Prosecco, Rose, Gin and other favourites.

Use BUBBLES20 code at checkout!

$20 off your shop when you spend $100 on selected liquor is valid only when you spend $100 or more in one transaction on selected liquor items via https://www.coles.com.au/offers/liquor-20-off-100. Discount is applied when you enter the promotional code BUBBLES20 at checkout. Standard minimum order requirements apply for Coles Online and offer is valid until 14 May 2024. Order cut-off times apply (incl. 1am Sat/Sun in some stores on weekends). This offer is valid for Coles Online liquor servicing stores only. Visit coles.com.au for standard terms and conditions. Liquor is excluded from Unattended Delivery. Coles reserves the right to withdraw or extend the promotion at any given time prior to the promotion end date. Excludes Uber Eats and DoorDash purchases.

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  • Thanks for this. My wife's favourite Sav Blanc, Kim Crawford, was part of this promotion AND was already discounted at 2 for $30 (normally $20 a bottle). Was able to get 6 bottles plus a bottle of a different. Came to $81 after the $20 off. Bargain.
    FPIFS (full price is for suckers).

  • Hi OP, coming up as 'currently unavailable' for everything - what am I doing wrong? (I am logged in)

    • Sometimes it's the store you're choosing to pick it up at. One of my locals doesn't offer liquor so I need to go to the next closest one. Hope this helps.

      • @FPIFS Thanks that was it - got pricing now!

  • "Liquor items are not available for your selected slot"

    no matter what time slot I pick and also changed few stores. Annoying

    • You can't order too early. I usually have to order past midday I think.

  • There's something wrong with the wine industry in this country. There's hundreds of wines for every other type of alcoholic beverage, and wines are always front and centre of every promotion. Are the wine subsidies just that generous? We have some of the very highest alcohol tax in the world, yet you wouldn't know if you just drink wine.

    Anyway, I just bring it up because it's a royal pain in the rear trying to find good deals (that aren't wine) on the promotion page, as there's no way to filter the list of products.

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